wonderfully animated


Damn @lyft… you made one hell of of an ad. I cried. It’s wonderfully animated and such a sweet and cute story! 

hi, this probably isnt the usual kind of submission you get, but i wanted to share a cool thing i noticed with this blog.

i remember back on your old blog you made a few posts about fictional wolves/wolfdogs and how they very rarely seemed to fit the bill as wolfy looking, esp not balto who is unfortunately the only cartoon wolfdog that comes to mind for me at all.

i think i found a pretty good example of a fictional wolf that displays some very recognizable wolfy traits, and that’d be midday lycanroc from pokemon sun and moon. one of the things i noticed right off the bat that are specifically more visible in its 3D model and animations, is that it was designed with several actual wolf traits in mind.

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imean, obviously theres a lot of creative liberty here seeing as its a wolf based pokemon, and not actually a wolf at all, but physically i think its one of the more convincing cartoon wolves i’ve seen. more noticeable w the 3D model is its narrow chest, head being held lower/appearing lower due to the mane and never actually raising higher than it is shown here, the thick mane itself over neck and shoulders, narrowed eyes, and long legs.

coloration isnt wolfy at all, perhaps simplified without a very high contrast between the colors, that’s cool, but not showing any blending. and blue eyes, with some other more obvious anatomical alterations such as the horse tail. but again, it’s a pokemon. to explain some of that also, if you wanted to i suppose you could consider it a wolfdog, since it’s pre evolution is entirely dog in appearance.

overall it registers pretty well as lupine in my head, i personally think it looks like the team actually did study the anatomy of real live wolves to recreate it in a simpler stylized form. what do you think?

I actually love that you shared this because how “wolves” are represented in games/movies/media is something that I think about quite often! The only issue I really have with getting super into these discussions is that they’re super opinion based. I mean, you can always weigh which representation has more actual wolf traits as being the better one but I don’t know if that’s always true when it comes to things with this much creative liberty.

I like the idea of Lycanroc being a wolfdog with how doggy the base evolution is. And all the wolfy traits you pointed out are definitely visible and are the same ones I found myself. Blue eyes on “wolves” will always bother me but, it’s a game, what can do you?

Here’s the adorable and doggy dog base evo of this guy:

Talking about wolfy video game characters just makes me wanna talk about all the others that I really like. We’ve come sooo far with animals in games and I just..I love it so much.

Here’s my all time current favorite wolf in any game, Sif, The Great Grey Wolf, from Dark Souls:

Sif was the companion of Sir Artorias, the Abysswalker. After Artorias passed away, Sif became the guardian of Artorias’ grave in the Darkroot Garden and wields Artorias’ Greatsword. Sif also uses some of his former companion’s moves during combat. All in all, Sif is very well done and looks about as close to an actual wolf as you could in a game when DS came out. Obviously, wolves are not this size and don’t go around swinging greatswords in their jaws but it makes for a really neat boss and character.

Another really cool wolf character, and one that’s much more of a fantasy wolf, is Link’s wolf form in Zelda: Twilight Princess:

Definitely a lot of doggy traits (shorter muzzle, round paws, defined markings, pointed ears) but it is a totally different world from ours so it’s hard for me to be too picky about it.

And then you have the reincarnated sun god Amaterasu, currently residing inside of a statue brought back to life, Okami Amaterasu:

The statue was of a wolf name Shiranui that saved an entire village from a curse brought upon them by a demon named Orochi. The games is a telling of one of the legends surrounding Susanoo-no-Mikoto, who is the brother of Amaterasu, the goddess of the Sun, and of Tsukuyomi, the god of the Moon. Ammy is definitely a pretty decent representation of a white wolf, not many complaints really. Okami is also a simply beautiful game and I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone who likes animals, nature, wonderful storytelling, and beautifully arty graphics. The game was released for the PS2 but it was incredible graphically for when it came out, at least I thought so.

Since I’ve only shared wolves so far I feel it’s only fair that I share a couple of my favorite dogs as well! There are many dogs in the world of Okami and they’re pretty adorable but I think Dogmeat from Fallout 4 will always be my favorite video game doggo.

I can’t tell you how many heart attacks I had before I learned he couldn’t die. I died so many times trying to ensure he’d be alright… >_>

And one last “dog” that I love is D-Dog from Metal Gear solid 5. Okay, so…I guess this one is weird, he is most definitely a wolf but he’s being called a dog and is called one throughout the entire game. So it’s the only case I know of with completely backwards misrepresentation of wolf in the media. He’s wonderfully animated though.

He’s also an incredible companion to have on the battle field as he wields a combat knife and can take out targets for you.

He’s pretty much the most badass wolf I know of in video games. Well, besides Sif, I don’t think D-Dog could take on that monster and come out on top.

Well, this post turned into something much longer than I originally planned but it’s fun to share personal likes sometimes! Thank you again for your submission!

Yesterday at the cafe there was a woman standing behind me who was just stunning, her hair wrapped in a gold fabric, two sparkling pink jewels affixed to her precisely drawn face, great lips, great eyes, a wonderfully animated energy.

Nearby stood a child, about four years old, wearing gold spandex pants and a pale pink tutu. The child could not stop staring at the woman, and she finally noticed and said, “What’s your name?” The child looked at her unblinkingly and still did not say anything, though he was smiling. Then an older woman next to him spoke instead.

“This is Edwin,” she said proudly.

“Edwin, I like your tutu,” said the woman.

The older woman said, “He’s really into them right now, he’s got a bunch of them.”

The child continued to be so delighted by this gorgeous woman’s appearance, he smiled and circled her. “Edwin, high five!” said the woman and they smacked their hands together.

After they left I said, “You’ve got a big fan there.” And the woman said, “No, I’m a big fan of HIM.”

And I felt as if I was witnessing the forming of a memory. Not my own, but all of theirs.

Can we all just take a minute

And appreciate the majestic beauty that is Maria Posada:

The Book of Life was a masterpiece in and of itself, but Maria was definitely something special.

First of all, she was a beauty and she knew it.

She had a pet pig

Not to mention that she regularly challenged the stereotype of what women should be like in the time the story takes place

Plus she was not only a total bad-a

But she also inspired the people around her to be confident in themselves as well

And she also made sure that the men around her (who were obviously attracted to her) knew that she was not a prize, but a person who should be respected.

And although she had plans to marry for love, upon the death of Manolo she knew her responsibilities to the town were a top priority.  It was only then that she decided to marry Joaquin.

And finally, I don’t think I need to remind  you all that she is, as far as I can recall, the first wonderfully portrayed animated Latina woman in modern media.  She’s fairly tanned, she has huge and long dark curls, gorgeous brown eyes, and for the first time in a long time I’m beginning to see those features as beautiful again.

This whole movie was beautiful, but I could never describe exactly how happy seeing Maria portrayed the way she was made me.

This post was late in coming, but seeing all these different people finally get representation, I’m happy I have a part in media somewhere.

I am Latina, and I’m slowly beginning to appreciate my features again.

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My ridiculously long “Why Re:Zero is amazingly well written and why the characters are so interesting and refreshing” 

Re:Zero has wonderful writing, characters, and the plot is not a cliche’ (or rather, the way it is being portrayed is not cliche’ at all).

(Bare with me on the length, but I wanted to point out on how it differs from other series in similar settings. Also - Spoilers)

Keep reading

A few preemptive words about Episode 408, “Remembrances”…

In a couple hours the eighth chapter of Korra Book 4 will be released online, and I suppose, if you are none the wiser, a few minutes into it you will feel duped and yell at your screen, “Hey! This is a crummy clips episode!” And that is (almost) exactly what it is––except we all worked really hard to make sure at the very least it isn’t crummy. I’m here to explain why we ended up having to do one. Sometime around a year and a half ago we were similarly duped on a large scale. We got the news from the higher-ups that our Book 4 budget was getting slashed, almost to the tune of an entire episode’s budget. We had two options: 1) let go a significant number of crew members several weeks early, or 2) make a clips episode. We never considered the first option. We weren’t going to do that to our crew, and even if we were callous enough to do so, we never would have been able to finish the season without them. But having grown up on TV in the ‘80s and '90s, we all dread clips episodes, where characters sit around saying, “Remember that time when…” and leftover footage is reheated for no one’s enjoyment. Anyone who suffered through TNG’s “Shades of Gray” knows what I’m talking about.

Anime fans know this is a common occurrence in Japanese series as well. In fact, as Mike hung his head in disappointment at our fate, I remembered how one of my favorite anime series, Samurai Champloo, made what I thought was a really awesome and clever clips episode. They mixed about 5 minutes of new footage in with the old, and set up a context where the characters would be reflecting on past events while narrating over them, offering new insights or at least providing some humor. I pitched this angle to Mike and he agreed this was the best way to turn this big old lemon into some lemonade.

Back on Avatar, we had something that functioned as a sort of clips episode, though it was all new animation and really hard to make, Episode 317, “The Ember Island Players.” Our heroes went to a play where they saw themselves and their tales performed by actors on stage. It was simultaneously a reckoning for the characters before they headed into the denouement, and a lighthearted romp where we got to poke fun at our own show before things got really serious in the remaining episodes. Korra’s “Remembrances” ended up serving the same function, albeit with old footage instead of a newly animated play. There is about 5 minutes of new footage, wonderfully animated by Studio Mir, and a bunch of funny and touching narration from the characters. There are also some fun chibi heads and other treats in there to spice up the old footage.

What started out as a reluctant chore ended up being a really fun episode to make, and in the end I truly love it. Mike did an awesome job directing it and storyboarding all the chibi hilarity, as well as overseeing the wonderful script by Josh Hamilton, Katie Mattila, and Tim Hedrick. Joaquim Dos Santos, Ryu Ki Hyun, and Lauren Montgomery drew fantastic storyboards for the new footage (particularly Lauren’s insane Varrick posing). Lots of other folks worked their tails off on this one, namely Amaris Calvin, our animatics editor; Christie Tseng, our character designer who drew and colored all of the final chibi art; Matt Gadbois, our After Effects artist; and Chris Hink, our final picture editor. Last but not least, Aran Tanchum and Vinny Guisetti on foley, Benjamin Wynn on sound design, and a stellar new score with all your favorite hits by Jeremy Zuckerman. And plenty of other fine folks I’m forgetting!

So now you know what it is and why it happened. I hope you do end up enjoying it after all, especially as a last lighthearted, nostalgic romp before POOP. GETS. REAL. And then the series is done.

Love, Bryan

P.S. I forgot to mention our cast’s amazing performances, especially John Michael Higgins’ million words a minute as Varrick in act three!

Top 10 animated shows of 2015

This year’s been pretty great for animated shows with older shows doing their best eps yet and newer shows showing they have legs, We’ve also seen some great stuff brought to other regions like Ladybug and tons of anime. Some shows have left my favor but for the most part I think it’s been a really great year. Before we begin honorable mentions to Yokai Watch, Miraculous Ladybug, and Bob’s Burgers since they all make me laugh and I enjoy them all to varying degrees.

Originally posted by blackcatula

Clarence: This is a pretty simple show about kids who’s parents should be watching them more closely doing crazy stupid stuff. It’s really real lifeish while being cute and funny the whole time. Clarence is a sunny optimist and the cast around him are mostly pretty likeable as they fill their roles. I feel like it’s a more charming Ed, Edd and Eddy.

Originally posted by alexaquariuslam

We Bear Bears: I didn’t think a show about three Bears would be near my favorites this year but here are three bears that I adore. The show feels very much in tune with modern culture and doesn’t really seem to be judging it as much as just using it. The world feels very much like the world of us 20 somethings and show manages despite being about ears to have a very diverse set of human characters. It’s a show that feels very of it’s time and I think that might give it some major nostalgic value in the future too.

Originally posted by seastrigoi

Gravity Falls: The show is reaching it’s close but I’ve loved it while it was going on. I cosplayed Mabel, my girlfriend was dipper, we have a lot of Gravity Falls stuff, I think it’s just an awesomely charming series. The sense of mystery has been great in it and the character development has been shocking for the kind of show I thought it would be. I really like how this show keeps moving forward with a real ending in mind and it has a very realized world that I’ll be happy to step into again in the future if ever given a chance.

Originally posted by elizabethhamato

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012 series):  I had  watched a few episodes in the past with my little brother but I never really watched this show. I can’t remember why but my girlfriend and I ended up watching some random episodes on TV and enjoyed it. So we watched more, then we decided we were going to watch it all from the start and now we are up to date.  Turtles going to space has been cool and I like the characters were given. I got some feminist issues with the thing, April is although better here then ever still often the damsel and despite her having Ninja training is show as less capable often than Casey Jones who has no training at all. Still at least here she has some powers and gets to be a Ninja that’s more than other animated series at the leat for this franchise. Also the lack of other female characters in any long lasting way sucks, if Casey can become a staple Idk why some other female badass couldn’t too (or #TransCasey make it happen). Anyway in generally I really love the comedy and stories the show is telling. They are really fun and this take on the Turtles world is by far my favorite i’ve seen (although I’m interested in seeing the comics universe as well).

Originally posted by veritan

Rick and Morty: This is the most “adult” thing on the list I think. Rick and Morty is just sooo freaking funny and while it’s episodes are mostly individual stories I find myself very invested in the characters. Rick and Morty are both very interesting and have wonderful chemistry. Summer also stepped up in a big way this season making for another really cool character to follow here.

Originally posted by that-mans-playing-galaga

Star Vs the Forces of Evil: This show was a surprise hit from me although I was super excited since I saw the opening on tumblr.  The shows totally lived up to my expectations and gone past them. This show is so charming, funny and original. It feels like the perfect show for Disney to release.

Originally posted by regressionsimulator

  Adventure Time: With the Stakes Special airing I had the best episodes of Adventure Time I’ve ever watched play before my eyes. The other episodes outside of this special have also been really good and totally inspired me to watch all the chunks in the middle i’m missing. The more I watch the more i’m a fan.  It is great seeing Princess BubbleGum and Marceline both gain a lot of character development this season.   

Originally posted by lifefiber

  Kill la Kill: I would have lost my way if I never watched Kill La Kill. This year saw it’s dubbed release and it’s my first exposure to the show. It is wonderful and wacky in every way. It does have some male gaze issues but with how funny the show is and how bad ass the characters are I can get past the #OtakuMoney stuff they do in the show. Most the fan service is keep to the core clothing thing and I do like the discussion of the role we give clothings. The action and characters here are brilliant Mako, Satisuke and Ryuko are still in my head months after watching this show.

Originally posted by balmut

Legend of Korra: This one is this lists cheat since the show ended in 2014 but I had only watched two episodes before this year. I binged the whole thing early on in the year and I loved almost every second of it. A weak season two is my only flaw with it but that is negated by just how awesome everything else is. The drama here is handled in a great way, there is a huge sense of importance in what’s going on, the world building is great, the characters are my personal favorite part.  I also wanted to note I watched all of last Air Bender this year that is too old to justify putting on this list but I will say it would be on this list if it could be and it be high up here.

Originally posted by stevenuniversereactionpics

Steven Universe: When I first saw Steven Universe I feel in love with the musical score and went hunting down the music. From there I started to watch more episodes and then I watched every episode, then I became a major fans then Jailbreak aired and I became a hard core fan who just adores this series. The comedy is great, voice acting is fantastic, diversity of all kinds is here, the action is animated wonderfully, the writing is brilliant. Nothing about this show doesn’t stand out as great except how bad they seem to be at scheduling since this show goes on more breaks then the French. Seriously I adore this show, it might not be for people who like gritty stuff but this is an amazing show that I only ever want more of.

anonymous asked:

Please don't be so cruel to yourself! I think your art and animations are wonderfully crafted! Must say, you're one of my favourite Hetalian artists~ If it's not much to ask, my birthday is coming up on the 27th this month and may I request APH Iceland? He's my favourite country in the series. Takk ❤️(Thank you)

Happy (belated) Birthday! ♥

I’m sorry that I didn’t make it in time but school was stressing me out T 3T
But here have some cute little Iceland. The picture is transparent so you can use it on your blog! (At least if you want to… )
((I hope it’ okay for you that I drew him in the Himaruya style ^w^;))

and thank you for your kind words! They mean a lot to me really! ;; o;;
I try to work on my attitude! T 3T


Spy and Engie take the roles of Ren and Stimpy in this wonderfully animated short.


30-Day Kill la Kill Challenge
Day 14: Favorite Fight Scene - Ryuko and Nui’s Third Encounter

Let’s us all take a moment to appreciate how well and wonderfully animated this one gif of Suga is

Because damn look at those subtle movements, look at his eyebrows, look at his hand, look at his little blink, look at how his hair changes as the strap goes over them, look at the way his jaw moves as he speaks.

Basically just look at this angel and how dare he be this perfect and adorable.

I love cartoons recently!

In this era especially I love Steven Universe, Gravity falls and adventure time and Over the garden wall (although this last one is super creepy!)!

All of these shows do something really well and deserve praise for it! On the outside they look colorful and kid friendly and funny and then you watch it. Its stunning how it can be playful and fun loving one moment and then as serious as an adults show the next! There wonderfully animated and the voices are stunning and the episodes are heart felt and amazing! I love these shows and recommend anyone to watch them!

Steven universe:

Gravity falls:

Adventure time:

Over the garden wall:


(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wr_oLYZmKpc)
The history and story of Chara. Wonderfully animated.

crvstal-gems  asked:

Well from what I've gathered about u, is that u r an entitled movie junkie who knows nothing about social issues for u to be taking the bulk of ur research about "sjws" from tumblr screenshots. SJ was never about fandoms or telling white ppl to shut up. Its about letting ppl who have never been heard, speak. It's really sad that u r just a bitter soul that can't see what the POC trans community on tumblr tries to teach privileged folk. but whatever if u actually want to learn something hmu

…Is this a joke?  I’m not falling for another troll blog, and if you’re actually sincere, then you just walked onto a battlefield wielding a water pistol and a Koosh ball.

For starters, you’re implying that the actual posts of these people is not an indication of their behavior.  …I would love to know, then, what IS.  For quite a few of these users, these same posts can be found archived on the internet, showing that the screencaps were in no way edited.  If you have to deny the actual words of the people you’re defending, you’re really not convincing anyone of anything–you’re just delusional, and blatantly ignoring anything that doesn’t tell the narrative you wish to tell.  Like…you want us to take you people seriously, and yet you go out of your way to not hold anyone accountable for their own conduct?  I keep hearing “Teens can know about social issues!  Teens can be mature and socially conscious!”, yet the second anyone disagrees with one, they suddenly become “a helpless CHILD!”.  And, just as suddenly, disagreement on something willfully posted to a public space inhabited by millions of other users becomes “harassment”.  I’m sure those who have suffered legitimate harassment in their lives truly appreciate having the value of their suffering lowered and trivialized just because a bunch of ignorant, privileged teens can’t handle criticism, and honestly don’t belong posting to the internet unsupervised until they can.

If you knew a single damn thing about me, you’d know that when I disagree with something, I usually provide a wealth of information to support it.  Guess what, sunshine?  It’s not even limited to matters of “social justice”.  I don’t care if it’s a supposedly haunted house, a wonderfully progressive new animated film, or a new brand of jock strap made out of the tears of orphans–if I smell bullshit, I’m going to point it out so that no one else has to step in it.  In fact, I’m currently working on gathering information to hopefully re-open the case of Elisa Lam, since I don’t happen to believe the coroner’s assumption that a petite woman climbed into a gigantic water tank, and somehow managed to close it on herself with absolutely no possible way to do so.  Throughout various posts, I’ve used numerous scientific studies, news reports, instances of similar events in previous decades, and–SURPRISE!–proof of all the serious bullshit being pulled in the name of “activism”.  I want you to look through that last list, and think very, very carefully about whether or not you really want to support people who would engage in such behavior.  If you’d like, I’m sure I can pull up other posts where I go out of my way to substantiate my claims, as well as list off other users who do the same, while those on your side of the fence tend only to throw around petty insults and false accusations with nothing whatsoever to lend them credibility.  Have you truly forgotten that X-kit will likely never be updated again because the poor guy was accused of being a sexual predator for no reason at all??  The man had a nervous breakdown because someone decided to smear him for attention.  Did that somehow slip your memory?

You need to understand something:  We are NOT against who you are.  We are against YOUR BEHAVIOR.  If you actually cared enough to notice, you’d find that a lot of people against SJWs actually hold most of the same values.  We talk about injustice.  I was personally incredibly crestfallen that events such as those in Ferguson would still take place in 2015.  What we disagree on, however, is how those values are being represented.  Hatred will only beget hatred.  Since I don’t care to repeat myself, I’ll simply link you here, though I doubt you’ll bother to read it (if you’ve even bothered to read this far), since that seems to be a common trend on this site.

I’m a bisexual French/Lebanese woman who used to consider herself a proud feminist.  In all honesty, I once used to think just as misguidedly as a lot of these people when I was a teen.  I even used to spew misandrist bullshit.  The only saving grace was that there really wasn’t such a thing as social media at that time (we only really had chat rooms and Yahoo groups), so I didn’t have the chance to permanently embarrass myself for millions to see.  However, I still eventually took it upon myself to actually research the things I was interested in, rather than just blindly believing whatever I was fed.  It’s honestly hilarious that you’re insinuating that I “know nothing about social issues” when I actually understand these people a lot more than you, or they, wish to believe (I’ve even expressed sympathy for those who honestly didn’t deserve it), and have gone out of my way to learn the truth behind the false statistics that are being used to keep women in unnecessary, subservient fear.

I was raised in the 80′s and early 90′s.  This was a time when the LGBTA community was finally starting to have a positive voice, even though they had a FUCK of a lot to overcome at the same time.  Do you know what the public dubbed AIDS/HIV when it became widely known?  They called it “The Gay Plague”.  Just imagine what that must have been like, and realize the strides that were achieved in spite of it.  This really hit home to me, since I have a gay godfather (an awesome man with a black Cadillac who, in the event that anything happened to my parents as a child, would have become my caregiver).  What’s more, minorities were finally receiving more recognition and representation in the media than ever before.  You act as though I was raised a conservative in Texas in the goddamn 1950′s.

I LIVED through a period of “politically correct” language.  This happened in the mid-90′s, and ended up becoming a laughingstock, especially when a few of the groups that those with severe white guilt were trying to rename took offense to anyone trying to make those distinctions for them.  On a slightly related note, since you might not be aware, a recent poll found that two thirds of the black people interviewed prefer “All Lives Matter” over “Black Lives Matter”.  People wanting to care about the well-being of all human beings should never be treated as a negative.  And yet…tumblr.

The funniest thing of all is that you seem to believe that us big, mean “anti-sjws” are all “cishet white males”, or are only expressing the opinions we do because we “want male attention” (Yes, I’ve been told more than once that I apparently can’t think for myself as a woman, and must be a slave to the penis for disagreeing with modern “feminism”.  And you people call US the “misogynists”?).  The fact of the matter is, we’re just as diverse as you are.  You don’t think there are trans people speaking out about this?  Lesbians?  Minorities?  If anything, that’s genuinely offensive, because you’re implying that we can’t think for ourselves, and need you to do it for us.  Many of us make an effort to see and understand where you’re coming from, but the most we receive in return are threats, ad hominem attacks, and lies being spread about us.

If anyone’s bitter, honey, it’s you and these other poor souls.  The rest of us take comfort in knowing the truth, while the lot of you don’t seem happy unless you’re tearing down others from the top of your moral high horse because some miserable shmuck realized that they can turn a quick buck off of creating problems where none exist, and feeding them to a gullible populace that will sooner pass on a lie than take a single minute to Google the truth.  Or are you even happy then?  You’re abusing activism to use as a shield to hide behind while basically becoming the bullies you always wanted to be.  NOTHING is an excuse for the behavior I’ve seen on this site.  I don’t care who the fuck you are, or what the fuck you’ve been through–nothing gives you the license to threaten others with violence, tell them to “get raped”, cause them to lose their jobs, or send them potentially dangerous objects in the mail (and yes–as seen in one of the links above–this all really happened). That shit is unacceptable.  I don’t care if you lived through a fucking World War, YOU DON’T TAKE WHAT PEOPLE IN YOUR PAST HAVE TAUGHT YOU ABOUT ABUSE, AND USE IT AGAINST OTHERS.  You seriously fucking think anyone is going to want ANYTHING to do with you, let alone listening to you?  USE YOUR FUCKING BRAIN.  IT’S NOT WHO YOU ARE–IT’S THAT YOU’RE MISREPRESENTING SERIOUS CAUSES, AND TURNING THEM INTO A FUCKING CIRCUS.  You are MAKING people NOT WANT TO LISTEN, because you turn EVERYTHING into a goddamn social issue, including motherfucking CARTOONS.  You can only cry wolf just so many times before the villagers stop listening.

I’m sure others can agree:  If you are a civil, open person with me, I will embrace and support you until my dying breath.  But, if you’re going around calling people names, accusing them of serious offenses with zero evidence, sending them death threats, and basically being a hypocritical douchenozzle, you’re on your own.  You think marginalization entitles you to automatic protection when you attack others?  Get outta here with that shit.  But, hey–Guess what you just learned about?  EQUALITY!  “Thou shalt be held accountable and judged on the same level as all others when thou chooses to act like a gigantic fucknut”. 

Tumblr used to be an accepting place.  No one cared who you were, or how you identified.  People DID speak, and others LISTENED.  But that just wasn’t fuckin’ good enough for some people, and now those same people have turned aggressive and militant–even lashing out at their own friends–in order to stand apart from the crowd.  If you can’t recognize that there is emotional manipulation and psychologically abusive behavior happening on this site, then you sure as fuck ain’t been here long.  That, or ignorance truly is bliss.

It was your own collective behavior that earned you the ire of others.

Now you’re the ones that even the mainstream media is making fun of.

Being perceived as a raging asshole is one thing, you’ll find, that never discriminates.

Karma’s a bitch, ain’t it?